State of systemic inflammation in patients with psoriatic disease of moderate severity of concomitant metabolic syndrome

Authors

  • Я. О. Ємченко ВДНЗ України «Українська медична стоматологічна академія», м. Полтава

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30841/2307-5112.2(64).2016.102527

Keywords:

psoriasis, metabolic syndrome, systemic inflammation

Abstract

Clinical and laboratory studies conducted in 40 patients with uncom plicated widespread plaque psoriasis, the stationary phase, the average degree of severity with concomitant metabolic syndrome. Suggest that in patients with concomitant psoriasis MS plays an important role sys temic inflammatory process that is accompanied by the development of insulin resistance (IR), lipid and nitrogen metabolism, regulation of vascular tone. Processes of systemic inflammation and IR in patients with psoriasis and MS may be potential targets of complex therapy.

Author Biography

Я. О. Ємченко, ВДНЗ України «Українська медична стоматологічна академія», м. Полтава

Y.A. Yemchenko

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Published

2016-05-20

Issue

Section

Dermatology